Still no subpoenas

I don’t know what’s going on anymore. There was some miscommunication yesterday and I was led to believe that the subpoenas were being issued yesterday.

That turned out to be wrong.

As of 3 p.m. Friday, Wilkes’ defense attorney, Shereen Charlick, still didn’t have the subpoenas in hand (and she wasn’t happy about it either). Judge Larry Burns still hadn’t signed off on them, although Charlick has been led to believe he will.

Maybe he signed them in the waning hours of Friday afternoon. If he didn’t, we’re all scrambling to meet a Monday deadline for motions explaining why we shouldn’t have to answer to a hypothetical subpoena that hasn’t been issued.

I’m new to all this. Is this how things usually go?

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